Anybody else find crossing from the cycle path in Constitution Hill over the Wellington Arch middle bit and on over to Hyde Park a real pain? Cyclists are held up at 4 sets of red lights in the space of 100m to cross this junction! It's quicker to cycle round it which I do on dry bright days. Seen a growing number of cyclists doing this too. Tfl should change the phasing of the lights so at least cyclists could get most of the way across and so encourage a smooth journey over the junction. A transport planner I met once at a cycle show actually said they deliberately phased the lights this way to stop cyclists getting across both sides of the Wellington Arch section on a green phase. They obviously thought this was a reasonable thing to do but 4 times in 100m! The return leg is just as bad with the last section across the left filter lane (the one Cameron was filmed crossing on a ped phase red) being really nasty as traffic speeds round this blind corner and cyclists are then also merging with the outside flow given they've already been stopped so many times on the earlier stages.